Calvert High School, Grantville
April, 1635

 

"Why must we attend gym?" Anna Keime groaned as the girls filed into their locker room after gym class. She was a new arrival this semester and was adeptly fitting into the social structure.

"Mens sana in corpore sano." Junior Alicia Rice recited in a slight singsong. "A sound mind in a sound body," she repeated in Amideutsch.

"It is . . . uncivilized," the freshman complained.

Katharina Meisnerin . . .

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